Near the end of the above video, Amanda Alvear appears briefly. It was captured just as the shots began to ring out Sunday Morning at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando. She shared this video on Snapchat. Alvear's brother as well as a friend subsequently posted it on Facebook. She can be heard saying something regarding a "shooting" (during 0:34). Ms. Alvear was one of the 49 people killed by the gunman Omar Mateen.
This image (during 0:33) shows Ms. Alvear as she is transitioning into a heightened state of anxiety (facial touching) with some beginnings of alertness and very early fear. Note that her eyelids are opened wider than baseline and nostrils are mildly flared. Her mouth is not yet displaying fear. In this moment she has not yet fully processed what is happening and is a state of some disbelief.
In this near last clear image/frame captured of her life, we can see that Amanda Alvear's expression was that of empathy (specifically emotional pain for others) - rather than fear.
Ms. Alvear was worried and concerned for safety of others - not herself. Empathy was Amanda's default emotion.
My sincere and deepest condolences for Amanda Alvear, her family - and all the victims and their loved-ones of the Orlando tragedy.
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